Leave the emojis, numbers, and abbreviations out of your bio and reserve them for tweets, Instagram hashtags, and Facebook posts.
There’s a time and place for smileys, #funnyhashtags, and “air quotes” – your bio, however, isn’t one of them. Finish your bio with a call to action This is always where guys drop the ball, but not you. You’ve got this secret tip so now you’re going to succeed where other guys have failed. ‘If you like this, send me a message’ won’t cut it.
This is a chance to compliment your date before you even get to know her.
Here’s a good example: I’m looking for a girl (and I’m hoping that’s you) who has a beautiful smile, an adventurous streak, and a great laugh.
Remember, your dating profile is the first glimpse a potential date will see into who you are, so make it light, fun, and flirty.
Confidence (as always) makes the difference, even in your writing, so just remember that you’re an amazing guy who has a lot to offer when you’re writing your bio.
Hiding your pictures makes us think that you’re not comfortable really putting yourself out there, which is a huge turn off.
As always, the staff at The Social Man has got your back. ” is about as original as a girl dressing up as a slutty bunny for Halloween – sounds like a good idea but everyone else is doing it too.
So suck it up, and upload your pics no matter how shy you feel.
Writing that you’ll send pictures in messages only makes girls think that you’re a catfish.
Even if you do like “walking on the beach” or “drinking wine in front of a roaring fire” leave it out – everyone says that.
Think of something interesting that could be a conversation starter.